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Obama weighs in for open cable set tops

The Obama administration has weighed into the debate over allowing consumers to switch cable television boxes for less expensive devices, urging the FCC to set an example for other parts…

Research: Cabsat cos out of touch with consumer demand

US consumers overwhelmingly rate cable as the most unfavourable option for TV viewing. Mohu, creator of indoor HDTV antennas, has published the results of a nationwide favourability poll, indicating high consumer…

IPTV overtakes pay satellite TV in Western Europe

The number of homes paying for IPTV in Western Europe overtook pay satellite TV ones in 2015. According the Digital TV Western Europe Forecasts report, IPTV subscriptions will climb by…

India DTH winning battle with cable

It seems that satellite is winning the battle with cable distribution in India. The latest numbers from India’s Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) say that of the 35.2 million…

Tele Columbus results

Tele Columbus, the third largest German cable network operator, has announced its pro forma FY2015 results (based on the assumption that the primacom and pepcom acquisitions had occurred on January…

Cablevision launches Hulu on Optimum TV

Cablevision launches Hulu on Optimum TV

Cablevision Systems has announced the integration of Hulu into the Optimum TV experience, enabling customers to access the online streaming TV service directly from the Optimum TV interactive programme guide…

Public interest bodies support FilmOn appeal

US public interest bodies Public Knowledge, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, with the help of the Juelsgaard Intellectual Property and Innovation Clinic at Stanford Law School, have filed an amicus…

Global pay-TV subs up 2%

Global pay-TV subs up 2%

The latest quarterly Multiscreen Index report from informitv reveals the highest overall rise in the number of pay-TV subscriptions around the world for two years, with most operators gaining subscribers.…

Eastern European pay-TV revenues still climbing

Despite the subscriber count increasing by less than one million, Eastern European pay TV revenues will increase by 9.9 per cent between 2015 and 2021 to $5.97 billion, according to…

Accenture: “Super platforms to disrupt broadcasters”

Ahead of the National Association of Broadcasters Show 2016 kicking off on April 16th, Gavin Mann, Accenture’s Global Broadcasting Industry Lead, has identified the big trends to look out for…